Mar 01 2014
While we can watch bald eagle family life online at the Hays nest in Pittsburgh, we can’t see how the male eagle captures the food he brings to his lady. His hunting happens far away.
This photo taken in Florida by Chuck Tague shows how bald eagles do it. They fly over, keep their eagle eyes on the prey, and pounce. Eight sharp talons grasp the fish (or duck) and the job is done.
Watch out below!
(photo by Chuck Tague)